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  • Teaching Assistant Level 2 Unit 1
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  • Techniques for Teaching Vocabulary
    Abstract The demand of learning for communication is very necessary and vocabulary plays an important role in daily speeches. Lacking of vocabulary can lead to difficulties in communication. Learners cannot master four skills of English if they have a very limited vocabulary. According to a survey...
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  • Why Teach English to Preschool Children
    1. Why teach English to preschool children? It is easier for children to learn a new language because they are still learning their mother tongue. For them, it is also easy to pronounce new linguistic sounds, and they do not feel bad if they make a mistake. Furthermore, if children enjoy learning a...
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  • Communication Skills in English
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  • Teaching Students with Autism
    RB0102 Teaching Students with Autism A Resource Guide for Schools Ministry of Education Special Programs Branch 2000 RB 0102 TEACHING STUDENTS WITH AUTISM A Resource Guide for Schools Ministry of Education Special Programs Branch 2000 To Order Copies of This Resource Guide Addit...
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  • Teaching Stories to Young Children
    Teaching stories to young children Introduction One of the taboos that dominate teaching reading in the primary cycle in Egypt is the reluctance to teach stories, particularly fairytales. In fact, teaching stories is of great importance for young learners. The first reason is that children...
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  • The Effect of Communication Skills Training on Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Raters
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  • Nlp in English Language Teaching
    ABSTRACT ii The purpose of this presentation is to determine the use of NLP in language teaching. In this study, in the first part, some background information was given about what Neuro-Linguistic programming (NLP) is, and whether NLP was used in language teaching before. To put forward...
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  • Teaching Business English
    TEACHING BUSINESS ENGLISH: DO ENGLISH TEACHERS NEED TRAINING? By: NOR AINI BINTI ABDUL RAHMAN, ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF MALAYSIA & FATIMAH BINTI ALI, UNIVERSITY COLLEGE of ENGINEERING and TECHNOLOGY MALAYSIA English language teachers have to upgrade themselves constantly in order to...
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  • Improving English Teaching
    IMPROVING ENGLISH TEACHING The quality of English education in Turkey is not at a level which will provide students’ using English practically. The reasons of this are English education’s being based on grammar, inadequate number of qualified teachers, lessons’ being based on University Ent...
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  • The Effectiveness of Ict and Call in Teaching & Learnich English
    1.0 INTRODUCTION Today, Communication enters our daily lives in so many different ways that it is very easy to overlook the multitude of its facets. The telephones in our hands, the radios and televisions in our living rooms, and the computer terminals with access to the Internet in our offices...
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  • Teaching Conversational English to Thai Students
    Teaching Conversational English to Thai Students "An alternative approach using Role Play for ESL Students" by Willard Van De Bogart Language Center Nakhon Sawan Rajabhat University August 27, 2006 ________________________________________ Abstract: The methods developed for teaching conv...
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  • Communicative Approach in English Teaching
    Communicative Approach in English Teaching Outline I. Problems in the present English teaching and causes of these problems II. Introduce the communicative approach   1. The definition of communicative approach  2. Two principles of communicative approach      (1) Creat...
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  • Teaching in English
    C H A P T E R 6 Making Content Instruction Accessible for English Language Learners Ana Hernández T he everyday demands of classroom instruction increase in complexity from year to year—with respect to curricular demands, accountability, and the diversity of the student population. New...
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  • English Language Teaching
    Characteristics of English Language Teaching Methods: COMPARISON Adapted from Richards and Rodgers (2001) and Gültekin Boran, http://w3.gazi.edu.tr/web/gboran/eltmethodstogether.doc T: teacher, S: Student; SS: students Grammar Translation Method and Direct Method |METHOD...
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  • Teaching Styles, Ability and Teaching Aids of Professors as Perceived by the Bbte 3rd Year Students
    Chapter 1 Problem and It’s Background Introduction Teachers use different teaching strategies for their students. They work on those strategies for the betterment of the learning of their students. But, there are times that teacher forgetting that their strategy cannot be effective at all time...
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  • Developing Students’ Competence of Imagery Mastery in Learning Poetry by Using Competency-Based Language Teaching (Cblt)
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  • English Teaching
    A. Teaching English language a. Enhancing teacher’s performance in educational institutions. Title of Article : An Article on energizing capabilities of a teacher with a note on teaching English language. Authored by Lalit Gehlot PhD Scholar, Assistant Professor...
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  • The Role of Gender in English Language Teaching
    THE ROLE OF GENDER IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN NIGERIA CASE STUDY OF KANO STATE BY HAUWA MAGAJIYA BALA (MRS) DISSERTATION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE MASTERS DEGREE [MA] IN TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE [TEFL] SUBMITTED TO LONDON METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY...
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